In 2011, in an effort to further our mission to confront and prevent domestic violence in all its forms, the Center Against Sexual and Family Violence, began helping survivors of sexual assault cope with the trauma and begin a journey of hope.
Over the years, casfv has grown from a hotline that began in 1977 to an emergency shelter that has resided at an undisclosed location since 1983. After the shelter was established, the family resource center, battering intervention & prevention program, and a transitional living center became a part of casfv’s effort to assist families in need.
casfv started as a hotline that referred people who were victimized by domestic violence to a network of safe houses and private homes that offered shelter to them and their families. casfv incorporated in 1977 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization governed by a board of directors serving the tri-county area of El Paso, Hudspeth, and Culberson counties. Guiding casfv in its mission to advocate for safety and justice through intervention, education, and community collaboration is executive director David Chayer. To this end, casfv addresses a person’s needs in times of emergency and works to rebuild families by providing the needed guidance and resources to put them back on the road to a healthy recovery.
Become A Board Member
Your valuable input and perspective as a board member will help casfv continue its work to help survivors of family violence and sexual assault begin their transition to a violence-free life, and offer support to them as they face many obstacles. By joining the casfv board of directors, you are standing with us to confront domestic violence and sexual assault in all its forms and bring safety, support, and empowerment to survivors. As a board member, you give that which is most valuable – your time.